John Deere to Offer Certified Pre-Owned Tractors, Combines

John Deere to Offer Certified Pre-Owned Tractors, Combines

Deere dealers will offer certified used machines that meet set quality inspections and requirements

John Deere this week introduced a new Certified Pre-Owned Equipment Program to assist customers looking for field-ready used machines.

"Some customers have not upgraded their machinery fleet in a few years and the Certified Pre-Owned Equipment Program will allow them to trade up to later model machines with new technology," says Bill Weber, division manager, remarketing, John Deere.

"Typically, these machines have better fuel economy, comfort, convenience, and the latest technology to provide exceptional value to customers wanting to enhance and improve their overall equipment line-up."

The new Certified Pre-Owned Equipment Program covers John Deere tractors and combines under a comprehensive PowerGard Protection Plan.

Every Certified Pre-Owned tractor or combine is covered by a comprehensive PowerGard Protection Plan that provides extra value and cost-of-ownership effectiveness. All main components are covered including engine, transmission, final drives, hubs, steering components, electronics, hydraulics, cab, and air conditioning.

There are some deductibles and John Deere dealers will have more detailed information about the PowerGard coverages.

"No one else offers a low-hour used machine that's been field tested, inspected and certified on over 170 points for tractors and 200 points on combines," says Weber. "Plus, customers will have the peace of mind to know that these machines are covered with one year of PowerGard protection."

All Certified Pre-Owned machines will also receive a free one-year subscription to JDLink which monitors machinery location and performance, tracks fuel usage, and manages and protects equipment from a laptop, desktop, or mobile device.

Source: John Deere

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